“[Dead Rising 3] and Deep Down have nothing to do with Dragon’s Dogma”.
More details surrounding the game has not been released as of yet.
The launch trailer for Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara has been released. During the past weeks we’ve been introduced to the game characters we can play.
The game is priced $14.99/€14.99/£11.99/1200MSP depending on the platform you own. The game is out tomorrow for Xbox Live (Xbox 360) and the European PSN. Otherwise it’s out today as a digital title for North American PSN and globally via Steam. Wii U owners will be able to purchase the title soon after.
Capcom is asking fans to show there’s a demand for a Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies as a retail release. Capcom senior VP Christian Svensson suggests that you leave a message in this Capcom Unity thread, or mention your support to Svensson on Twitter.
“If things go well and demand is there, in a few weeks I may be able to present an option that puts the ball back in the fans’ court,” he said. “I want to stress the word “may” so as to not misrepresent the situation or promise anything. We are trying. Again, timing and pricing would be at a disadvantage to the digital option as an assumption you should make.”
The game is seeing a 3DS release via Nintendo eShop this Fall.
Trailers for Resident Evil: Revelations‘ Lady Hunk & Rachael Ooze have been released. Each video is a bit longer than 1 minute.
DuckTales Remastered is heading to PC via multiple services this summer. You can purchase the game via Steam, Origin or via other PC download destinations this summer.
“Woo-hoo! You guys demanded it, so we’re unbelievably happy to announce that your most requested platform will indeed be receiving DuckTales: Remastered! Yep, Capcom’s heartwarming collaboration with Disney and WayForward will definitely be pogoing onto hard drives everywhere via Steam, Origin, Impulse, GamersGate, Green Man Gaming and numerous other places PC gamers download their wares.”
The PC version is priced at $14.99 and should launch along the same time as the Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii U versions. More information and showcasing, such as all-new remastered levels, will be revealed before E3 next week.
The box art for Monster Hunter 4 has been released. The two special edition 3DS Xls comes in two versions. One is much more dark looking while the other is a lot more “cute”. In addition to that, we now have a release date for the game. Monster Hunter 4 drops on September 14th in Japan. No word on any localization so far.
Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara‘s “Dwarf” character has been introduced. The 1-minute long trailer aims to accustom players to the Dwarf character present in the game. The description on the YouTube video reads:
“Dwarves! These old powerhouses are as reliable as they are compact, with high hit points, constitution, and strength. Wielding a hand ax and shield, a Dwarf will dish out the thrashings with high efficiency and minimal nonsense. And since he’s so sturdy, the Dwarf makes a fine choice for the D&D beginner.”
The game drops in June on PSN, Xbox LIVE, Wii U e-Shop, and PC for $14.99.
The soundtrack for Mega Man 5 has been released. The songs available can be found in the image above. A total of 57 songs for the low price of $8.95 is a pretty decent deal. The soundtrack can be purchased from Capcom’s official shop.
The tracks were composed by Mari Yamaguchi, who was often credited as “Mari”.